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Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking case draws his New Mexico ranch into investigation

FOXNews.com Sunday, 14 July 2019
A sprawling desert ranch south of Santa Fe is tied to a New Mexico state attorney general investigation targeting financier Jeffrey Epstein, according to reports.
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